Saturday Apr 19
Why Asians love Bayside
From NY1 : On Bell Boulevard, there are signs that the demographics in Bayside are changing.
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Thu Apr 17, 2014
Queens Week 2014: Asian Population Growing in Bayside
As we wrap up Queens Week on NY1, we turn our focus on Bayside, where the population is a lot different that it was 20 years ago.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
New York Post
Sprint worker charged with pocketing over $52K in rebate checks
Heng Dong leaves Brooklyn Federal Court on Tuesday after his arraignment on charges he sent himself hundreds of Sprint rebate checks while working for the wireless provider.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Queens Week 2014: Borough's Diverse Population Now at All-Time High
After showing very little growth in the 2010 Census, the government now says Queens is the second fastest growing county in the state with new numbers showing the borough accounted for a third of the 61,000 residents the city gained between 2012 and 2013.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Marist Red Foxes
Women's Tennis Drops Non-Conference Match At Hofstra, 5-2
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. The Marist women's tennis team fell to Hofstra in a non-conference match on Tuesday afternoon, 5-2.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
Marist Red Foxes
Women's Tennis Drops 5-2 MAAC Match To Fairfield
The Marist women's tennis team fell to Fairfield in a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference matchup on Tuesday afternoon, 5-2.
Weekend Service Restored on 3 Bus Lines, MTA Says
Weekend travel is going to get a little easier for some bus riders in Manhattan and Queens as the MTA restores or extends service on three bus lines starting April 6, officials announced Tuesday.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
New York Daily News
March 31: Religious freedom, Chris Christie and carriage horses
Manhattan: Re "Religious Freedom First" : I speak for the 70% of Americans who believe that women should be able to make reproductive health-care decisions without interference from politicians or our bosses in voicing my displeasure at the Daily News supporting Hobby Lobby in the case before the Supreme Court.
Fri Mar 28, 2014
Last Chance: Patio Players in 'Our Really Big Shew'
Catch the final weekend of the Patio Players of the Plainview Jewish Center's "Our Really Big Shew."
Thu Mar 27, 2014
105th Precinct may get split
From the Times Ledger : State Sen. Tony Avella this week applauded the dedication of Borough President Melinda Katz after she named the creation of a new police precinct to cover the northeastern part of the borough as one of her top budget priorities for the 2015 fiscal year.